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New Clipper Trial.indd - Malcolm Public Schools
Check Out Our Website www.malcolmschools.org
April 23, 2015
Issue 17, Volume 36
Malcolm Public Schools
10004 NW 112th St
Malcolm, NE 68402
Give Us A Call
High School Office
402-796-2151 ext. 1
Westfall Office
402-796-2151 ext. 2
Business Office
402-796-2151 ext. 3
Congratulations
to Michael Zavodny
and Sheridan Swotek
for Competing in the
State Speech Tournament
Inside This Issue:
Page 2: Art News
Page 3: Finance Contest
Page 4-5: Love My School
Day
Page 6: Book Fair/Mrs.
Puterbaugh
Page 7: Jr. Parents After
Prom Thank You
Page 8: Menu/Schedule
Page 9: Counselor’s Corner
Pages 10-13: Board
Minutes and Bills
Pages 13-15: Ads
Malcolm Student Council
Wins National Award
For Third Year in a Row
Congratulations to the Malcolm Student Council. For the third year in a row
our Student Council has be awarded the National Gold Council of Excellence
Award. This award is given to student councils that excel in these areas; student
leadership, community and school service, charity work, developing spirit within
the school and building relationships between the community, school and
students. Last fall this council was awarded for the fifth year in a row the Gold
Medal Award for State Student Councils. With that award our council was able
to apply for the honor of the national award. Our community, school, staff and
students are proud of our Malcolm Student Council!
Amanda Engelbart
Art News
By: Mrs. Martin
Teagan Lundgren
Emma Schroeder
During the month of March our conference
schools
sch
(ECNC) had an art
show in the lobby at the Wells Fargo Bank on
13th and O. Winners were
selected from each school. The winners from
Malcolm were; Gold Medal –
Teagen Lundgren, 1st Honorable Mention – Amanda Engelbart, 2nd Honorable Mention
– Emma Schroeder, and 3rd Honorable Mention – Emma Schroeder. Congratulations to the
following students for having their artwork in the show: Kayleigh Knisley, Raina Anderson,
Noah Sackett, Cade Larson, McKenzie Nutter, Casey Engelbart,
We would like to thank Ameritas Life Insurance Corporation and NAI FMA Realty for
providing a great space for us to showcase such talented student artwork.
On March 25th, I took 9 students to Lincoln for the ECNC Art Conference Workshop. We
attended a workshop on Tin Embossing. Each student had a chance to experiment with this
techniques. Artists and teachers, Natalie Sisco and Anna Sasse conducted the workshop.
We also visited the Sheldon Art Museum and several galleries in the Haymarket.
Yearbook
If you still wish to purchase a
yearbook we have 19 left. The
cost is $40.00. The lists of
students who haven’t purchased
a yearbook is posted outside the
Art room and it is also listed
on the Yearbook tab of school
website.
Reminder: Junior High/Middle
school students are in the High
School yearbook.
Pictured L-R: Tyson Kohl, Raina Anderson, Emma Schroeder,
Kayleigh Knisley, Mariah Bolte, Amanda Engelbart, Casey Engelbart
and Teagan Lundgren
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2015 Finance Challenge Contest
By: Mr. Lewandowski
Pictured L-R: Shane Mandery, Jordan Redler, Emily Locke, Charlee Sindelar,
Taylor Finke, Jonah Beckmann and Mr. Lewandowski
Students from the Economics class competed in the Nebraska's Council for Economicc
Education Financial Challenge Online Competition earlier this year with two teams from
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Malcolm qualifying in the top five out of eighty-six teams to advance to the Regionall
Finals. On Saturday, April 18 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Malcolm Team 1
consisting of Jordan Redler, Emily Locke, and Shane Mandery and Malcolm Team 2
consisting of Charlee Sindelar, Taylor Finke, and Jonah Beckmann competed againstt
teams from Johnson-Brock, Lincoln Southwest, and Nebraska City in the Regional Finals..
Students were given a fictional family's financial situation where they had to develop a
financial plan for the family in the areas of debt, savings, insurance, and taxes. Studentss
had two hours to develop their presentation and ten minutes to present to the judges..
A panel of three financial experts, including State Treasurer Don Stenberg judged thee
team's financial plans to help determine the overall winner. Johnson-Brock High Schooll
finished 1st, Lincoln Southwest finished 2nd, Malcolm 1 finished in 3rd, Malcolm 2
finished in 4th, and Nebraska City finished in 5th. Johnson-Brock was awarded $1000
0
per member, Lincoln Southwest was awarded $100 per member, and Malcolm 1 wass
awarded $50 per member.
"Though our teams didn't win the competition I was very impressed with the plans theyy
developed for the family. The financial scenario that they had to research and present on
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standing in front of three experts on the matter was extremely challenging. The fact thatt
we had had five teams in the top 25 in the Lincoln Region and two teams make the finalss
makes me really proud of our students.
We have a confirmed date from our driver's education
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instructor. It will be held the week of June 1st-June 5th.
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Please call or respond to this email and let the high school
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office know if you are still interested and we will proceed with
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providing you with registration information in the coming
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weeks. The classroom time will be 8am-12:00pm. Driving
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times will be arranged. We have not been informed of a cost
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but it is comparable to what other companies in the areaa
charge for driver's education.
Thank you!
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MPTO BOGO SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR-THANK YOU!
MP
By Mrs.
M
Betty Geiser, K-12 Media specialist
The MPTO
M
BOGO Scholastic Book Fair was held April 7-10 in the Westfall Library Media Center. This
get one free event allowed many students, parents, teachers, and patrons the opportunity to
buy one,
o
purchase books for less. The Library Media Centers received donations of 20 books of these 3 were
purc
hardbacks. Our BOGO Book Fair Bonus, which was based on the sales during the book fair, gave us
hard
additional hardbacks and 78 paperbacks. Total number of books received 107. Thank you for your
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donations to the Library Media Centers. A special Thank You to Kristin Saltzgaber for chairing the
dona
Book Fair. Thank you to all the volunteers who donated their time to operate the Book Fair.
What Makes Me a Successful Reader?
Wh
By: Patti
P
Puterbaugh, K-12 Reading Specialist
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Good
readers develop habits that help them to become more proficient at comprehending.
These
habits are developed over time and each person will achieve them at their own
T
rate.
Here are some practical ways that my students shared about how they become more
r
successful
at reading.
s
Fifth
Grade
F
A number of students responded with the following strategies: I can read fast in my head,
and when I read if there’s a setting I can picture it! I use context clues and background
knowledge.
I also read it more than once, so I can remember it.
know
Other students
mentioned reading books on RAZ-Kids and practicing reading at home and on the
s
road. Independent reading was also slated as being useful: reading chapter books, mini chapter books
and doing book reports. Reading Workshop was also mentioned as being beneficial.
Fourth Grade
Fourth graders believe that independent practice is the key to becoming a successful reader. They mentioned
lots of practice, reading for the RAZ-Kids challenge, and reading with a parent or friend. They trust in the
adage that practice makes perfect.
Third Grade
They unanimously agreed that working on REWARDS lessons benefitted them greatly. REWARDS stands for
Reading Excellence: Word Attack and Rate Development Strategies. Third graders learn to read multisyllabic
words with prefixes and suffixes. They also learn the sounds of vowel pairs and vowel teams.
Some noteworthy quotes from third graders: “REWARDs helps me to be a successful reader. “ “REWARDS
helps me to read big words!” “I love reading!
Second grade
Second graders believe that setting aside a specific time for reading is very helpful to them.
“I have reading time every day. I read two books every day. I read out loud to my stuffed animals in my
basement. “ “I read RAZ-kids books. “ “I am good at reading cause my teacher helps me. “They wholeheartedly
agreed that their parents help them.
First Grade:
First graders believe that they must be intentional at paying attention to what they are reading. They must
also be word detectives and be ready to add new words to their vocabulary. Overall they believe that reading
books makes them smarter.
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Another Successful Post-Prom!
THANK YOU to all the volunteers and businesses who helped make this year's POSTPROM so successful. We ARE so GRATEFUL for all those who contributed in some
way or another and we thank you for all your efforts! The students who attended
had a great time and we all have some unforgettable memories - love that hypnotist
show! JUNIORS - We look forward to next year as we are not in charge of post-prom.
SENIORS - We wish you the very best after graduation!
Class of 2016 JUNIOR PARENTS
American Legion #354
Arby's/DRM Inc
ArtFX
Bed Bath & Beyond
Benes Heating & Air Conditioning Inc
Bill & Nancy Jennett
Buzzard Billy's
Carlos O Kellys
Cattle National Bank
Cornhusker Bank
Dave & Theresa Schroeder
Deb Faimon - Malcolm Public Schools
Defy Gravity
Dr. Tom Haug
Farmers Cooperative (Dorchester)
Ficke Orthodontics LLC
Fort Frontier, division of Fort Western Stores
Gerald Meyerle
Godfather's Pizza
Graham Tire Company
Grandpa John's Woodlawn Farm, Inc
Hampton Commercial Construction Inc
Harger CPA Group PC
Harre Orthodontics LLC
Horizon Holding Inc, a Burger King Franchisse
Hy-Vee Food Store (North 27th)
James A Steider Agency LLC
Juice Stop - NaKia & Darrel Watermeier
Kawasaki
Kirk & Barbara Bauer
L & W Garbage Service
Larsco Enterprises
Lazlo Inc
Lee's Propane Service Inc
Lincoln Physical Therapy Associates PC
Loomix Feed, Dale & Paula Heidtbrink
Malcolm Boosters
Malcolm Fire Department
Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center
Max Meyer
Memorial Health Care Systems
Mill Road Auto Inc
Nebraska Bookstore
Nebraska Sports
Nickel Enterprises (DBA Jim's Diesel Repair)
Norris Public Power District
Oak Creek Valley Bank
PCE
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Pepsi
Peregrine Inc
Raymond Contracting
Raymono's Pizza Plus
Rebecca Hohl DDS, MS
Rivers Metal Products Inc
Royal Neighbors of America Chapter 20106
Royal Neighbors of America Chapter 20120
Ruby Nails
Runza
Sampson Construction
Sam's Club
Simply A-maize-N Popcorn
Southeast Community College - Lincoln
SouthPointe Pavilions
Special T's and More
Suhr & Lichty Insurance Agency Inc
Sun Valley Lanes
Super Saver - Fallbrook
Super Saver #11 - South 56th
Taco Inn of Nebraska
The Buckle Inc
Tico's
Treehouse Daycare
Wachal Pet Health Center
WalMart - Andermatt Dr.
Wal-Mart - Seward
WalMart SuperCenter - North 27th
West Gate Bank
Word of Life Faith Church
10004 nw 112th st, malcolm, ne 68402
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Clipper Schedule of Events
**Times and Schedule Subject to Change
Monday, April 27
2:00PM
7-8 Track @ Centennial
3:45PM
Track Practice
7:00PM
NHS Induction Ceremony
Monday, May 4
3:45PM
Track Practice
6:45PM
Academic Awards Banquet
Tuesday, May 5
Tuesday, April 28
3:45PM
Track Practice
2:00PM
HS Track @ Lanc. Co Fr. Meet 7:00PM
6-8 Music Concert
3:45PM
Track Practice
Wednesday, April 29
3:45PM
Track Practices
Thursday, April 30
Purple Up for Military Kids
3:45PM
Track Practice
4:00PM
7-8 Track @ Yutan
Friday, May 1
3:45PM
Track Practices
6:30PM
Athletic Banquet Meal
7:00PM
Athletic Awards Program
Saturday, May 2
10:00AM
HS ECNC Track @ Freeman
Wednesday, May 6
3:45PM
Track Practice
Thursday, May 7
3:45PM
Track Practice
2:00PM
HS Track @ Fillmore Central
Friday, May 8
10:00AM
7-8 ECNC Track @ Yutan
3:45PM
Track Practice
Saturday, May 9
2:00PM
Malcolm Graduation
In accordance with Federal Law and US Department of Agriculture
policy, this institution is prohibited from discrimination on the basis
of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a
complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director of Office
of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Ave., SW, Washington, DC
20250-9410 or call 800-795-3272 (voice) or 202-720-6382 (TTY).
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
All Meals Served With Fruit and Vegetable Bar
All Meals Subject to Change Without Notice
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Malcolm Action Coalition (MAC) Notes:
NEXT MEETING: Wednesday, May 20, 2015 @5:30 in the High School Media Center. All
are welcome to join us!
AFTER GRADUATION PARTY plans are shaping up. We will be sponsoring a “Bowling
and Midnight Movie” for students in grades 9-12 at Seward Bowl and the Rivoli Theatre in
Seward. Bowling will start at 10:00 p.m. with a movie at the Rivoli following at around 11:45
p.m. Watch the school website and listen to announcements at school for more details and
the opportunity to sign up to attend.
JUNE JAM: Applications are still being taken to attend this great camp held on the SCC
Milford campus from June 14-16. Youth from across southeast Nebraska will spend time
with other youth committed to being alcohol and drug free. It is a lot of fun with food and
fun activities including a dance and talent show. Applications are available in Mrs. Faimon’s
office and are due no later than April 24. Scholarships are available to the pay $75 cost of
attending.
WEBSITE: Check out Lancaster Prevention Coalition’s (which includes MAC) new website
at www.TalkAboutAlcohol.com. It is a great source of information for parents and families
to help start conversations about underage alcohol use and empowering parents to be active
in prevention efforts.
Please consider attending any or all MAC meetings to support our mission of Safe FamiliesSafe Schools-Safe Communities. We would love to have new energy and ideas in planning
activities for youth & families in the Malcolm community.
2015 PKI Summer Academies at UNO
The Peter Kiewit Institute at UNO is
hosting two summer camps during
the summer of 2015. The Holland
Academy of Excellence is for the class
of 2017, current sophomores, and will
be held June 7-10. The other event is for
the Class of 2016, current juniors. The
Academy of Sustainable Environments &
Renewable Energy will be held July 27-30.
The deadline to submit applications is May 1,
2015. Visit http://pki.nebraska.edu/new/ and click
on the “Outreach” link for more information and
application forms.
Young Leaders Summit
June 3-4 2015 at Innovation Campus
HUMANeX Ventures is hosting their 2nd annual
Young Leaders Summit on June 3-4 at Innovation
Campus in Lincoln, NE. There will be inspirational
speakers to engage high school and college age
students in two days of self-learning and growth. The
goal of the Summit is for all YLS attendees to learn
more about who they are as individuals and how they
can discover and align their life’s direction with their
passions, interests and sense of purpose.
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Malcolm Public Schools
Purple Up!
For Military Kids
Wear PURPLE on Thursday, April 30th
April is “The Month of the Military Child”
“Purple symbolizes all branches of the military. “PURPLE
UP!” acts as a visible way to show support and thank military
youth for their strength and sacrifices.”
Why purple? It is the color that symbolizes all
branches of the military, combining Army green, Coast
Guard blue, Air Force blue, Marine red, and Navy blue.
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Min
Minutes
– Board of Education
April 20, 2015
Apr
The Board of Education, School District 148, Lancaster County, Nebraska met in open public session
7:00PM at the District Board Room, 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm, NE on Monday, April 20, 2015
at 7:
conduct normal and usual business of the District. Said meeting was advertised in advance in the
to co
minutes of the March 16, 2015 meeting published in the March 19, 2015 issue of “The Clipper” and the
minu
April 2, 2015 issue of “The Clipper”. Board members present were: Michelle Bice, William England,
Apri
Andrea Holka, Chandler Kramer, Kevin Lostroh, Craig Vanderkolk. Administrators present were
And
Ryan Terwilliger, Greg Adams, Amber Dolliver. Chairman Vanderkolk called the meeting to order at
7:01PM and noted that the Open Meetings Act is posted on the north wall of the Board Room.
7:01
Bice moved to approve the consent agenda with an updated list of bills. Seconded by Holka. Ms.
Lostroh reviewed the bills, receipts and answered questions from the Board. Voting by roll call: YES
Lost
Holka, Kramer, Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice. NAYS – None. Motion 4-2015-18 passed.
– England,
En
Financial Summary
Fina
April 20, 2015
Apri
School Accounts
Scho
Previous Bal 3/1/2015
Previ
Receipts - March 2015
Rece
Disbursements- Mar 2015
Disb
Cash in Cking 3/31/2015
Invested: Mar 2015
Inves
General
$910,160.54
$367,962.53
$425,735.33
$404,841.43
$447,546.31
Lanc. Co. Treasurer:
Lanc
Previous Bal 3/1/2015
Previ
Receipts -Mar 2015
Rece
Disbursements - Mar 2015
Disb
Cash on Hand 3/31/2015
General
$91,796.53
$812,066.28
$99,765.62
$804,097.19
NSDLAF (Investment)
NSD
Previous Bal 3/1/2015
Previ
Receipts - Mar 2015
Rece
Disbursements Mar 2015
Disb
Cash on Hand 3/31/2015
Spc Bldg
$292,812.60
$8,069.00
$0.00
$300,881.60
Lunch
$13,257.45
$25,916.78
$24,016.34
$8,153.29
$7,004.60
Activity
$197,313.76
$31,387.73
$22,733.53
$7,188.81
$198,779.15
Bond
$7,315.43
$99,881.92
$8,300.42
$98,896.93
Bond Fund
$111,011.60
$7,358.02
$0.00
$118,369.62
Bus Deprec
$58,263.05
$3.15
$0.00
$10,248.52
$48,017.68
QCPUF
$3,199.26
$33,805.87
$3,530.83
$33,474.30
Student Fees
$8,474.50
$1,535.00
$713.53
$9,295.97
Spc Bldg
$8,007.34
$83,936.82
$8,830.59
$83,113.57
QCPUF Checking
$34,322.14
$3,223.02
$0.00
$37,545.16
Communications
From The Public: None
Com
Unfinished
Business: None
Unf
New Business:
Lostroh
moved, seconded by England, to accept the resignation of the business teacher, Bethany
Los
Tallman.
Voting by roll call: YES – Holka, Kramer, Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice, England. NAYS –
Tal
None.
Non Motion 4-2015-19 passed.
Bice
Bic moved to offer a teaching contract to Guidance Counselor, Kelly Frank. Seconded by Kramer.
Mr.
Mr Adams reviewed Mrs. Frank’s background and plans for the position. He answered Board
questions
pertaining to the position. Voting by roll call: YES – Kramer, Lostroh, Vanderkolk,
que
Bice,
Bic England, Holka. NAYS – None. Motion 4-2015-20 passed.
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Administrative Reports –
Principal Greg Adams, Jr/Sr. High School
Malcolm had one national qualifier to National FBLA, Mikayla Brady. She will attend thee
National SLC in Chicago this June.
Skills USA competed last week in the State Competition in Omaha.
Testing is complete.
District Music Contest will be held in Milford April 23rd & 24th.
Graduation will be held on Saturday, May 9th at 2:00PM.
Superintendent Ryan Terwilliger –
Fifteen community members have signed up to use the Fitness Room.
Ms. Lostroh and Mr. Terwilliger attended the NASBO Conference in Lincoln last week.
Several staff members and administrators will attend the NETA Technology Conference in
Omaha April 23rd & 24th.
Mrs. Dolliver, Mr. Squier, and Mr. Terwilliger will attend the AQuest Conference – used to be
the State Data Conference - April 27th & 28th in Kearney.
Mr. Terwilliger will provide the Board with the paperwork for the Superintendent Evaluation to
be held in May.
Mr. England noted that the Washington, DC trip went well.
With no further business before the Board, England moved to adjourn. Seconded by Lostroh. Voting by
acclamation – ALL. Chairman Vanderkolk declared the meeting adjourned at 7:56PM.
Respectfully Submitted,
Julia Lostroh
Recording Secretary
The next regular meeting of the Board will be Monday, May 18, 2015 at 7:00PM at the District Board
ard
Room, 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm, NE. An agenda is published the Friday before each meeting.
GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES
April 20, 2015
Payroll
ABC Termite & Pest Control
ABM
AS Central Services
Bauer Built
Blue Cross Blue Shield
ByteSpeed, LLC
Company Care LincCare
Concentra
Cornhusker Heating & A/C
Cornhusker International Trucks, Inc.
Dishman, Chris
Electrical Engineering & Equipment Co.
ESU3
ESU6
ESU6
ESU #10
Expanding Expression
Fastenal
Finke, Verle
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$382,896.98
$262.00
$10,355.99
$236.79
$1,636.84
$2,044.47
$3,895.00
$55.00
$72.50
$217.25
$310.00
$1,292.16
$181.10
$15.00
$2,480.41
$3,300.00
$111.30
$259.60
$754.13
$138.00
10004 nw 112th st, malcolm, ne 68402
Payroll Expenses
Pest Control
Janitorial Service
Internet Service
Bus Tires
BCBS Insurance Premium
Laptops
DOT Physical
DOT Physical
Iron and Fabrication Labor for Filter Racks
ks
Engine Light Check Bus #08
Coach Stipend
Lighting/Electrical Supplies
Speech Pathologist Workshop Registration
on
Workshop/Psychological Charge
CIPA Filtering Service
SPED On-Line Classroom Subscription
Speech Pathologist Student Supplies
Maintenance Supplies
Mileage Reimbursement for Quiz Bowl
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First Concord Group
Grainger
Haan Crafts
Hampton Inn-Kearney
Hansmeyer, Constance
Heffelfinger, Ami
Hillyard
Holka, Andrea
HyVee Food Store
Integrated Controls
Josten's
JW Pepper
Kiner Supply
Konica Minolta
L&W Garbage Service Inc
Lincoln Public Schools
Lostroh, Kevin
Matheson
Meehl, Jan
Menards
Midwest Roofing, Inc
.
Motion Industries
Nantkes, Jenn
Nebraska Council of School Administrators
NETA Spring Conference
Nicholson and Associates
Norris Public Power District
Office Depot
Omaha Truck Center
Omaha World Herald
Oriental Trading
PGH&G Attorneys at Law
Pioneer Publishing
Pritchett, Troy
Puterbaugh, Patti
Rivers Metal Products, Inc.
School Specialty
SFM Insurance
Shaffer Communications, Inc.
Sherwin-Williams, Co
.
Stahr, Georgia
Trane
Unite Private Networks, LLC
Vanderkolk, Craig
Verizon
Village of Malcolm
VISA - Union Bank
Session Food
Walmart
Wex Bank
Whisenhunt, Darryl
Wilson, Adam
Windstream
York Elementary School
Checks Out of Cycle
US Post Office
Vanderkolk, Craig
Terwilliger, Ryan
$
$110.00
$25.40
$218.45
$368.00
$829.36
$2,200.75
$5,652.24
$86.24
$26.91
$2,853.50
$259.75
$206.35
$87.66
$3,415.38
$336.00
$270.00
$50.00
$328.18
$1,729.70
$241.06
$3,008.60
$83.28
$391.29
$150.00
$875.00
$185.00
$6,025.28
$83.54
$3,525.10
$1,350.44
$310.37
$843.00
$273.98
$384.05
$37.91
$67.49
$107.00
$3,216.00
$390.00
$196.55
$478.53
$165.69
$1,090.89
$639.20
$159.93
$4,739.88
$2,065.36
Flex 125 Adm Fees/Annual Compliance
Maintenance Supplies
FCS Sewing Kits
Board Conference Hotel
PS SPED Services - Dec14-Jan15
Mental Health Services
Custodial Supplies
Board Conference Mileage
FCS Classroom Supplies
Semi-annual Billing for Service Contract
Diplomas
Vocal/Instrumental Sheet Music
Plumbing Supplies
Copier Lease Payment/Extra Copies
Garbage Service
Heritage School Rental
Reimbursment - Filled School Vehicle
Welding Gases
PT SPED Services
Maintenance Supplies/IT Supplies
Roofing Repair
Hi Power V Belt
Vision Services - SPED
2015 NASES Conference
NETA Spring Conference
DOT Drug Testing
Electric Service
Office Supplies
Bus Parts/Repairs Bus #08
Employment Advertisement
Kindergarten Program Supplies
Legal Services
Staff Absence/Time Cards/ ADCalendar
Winter Mileage - Dec-Feb
Reimbusement for Classroom Supplies
Metal Class Supplies
Construction Paper
WorkComp Audit Adjustment
Radio Base Handset
Paint Supplies
Classroom Supplies
Contactor/Heat Pumps
Distance Learning Cable
Reimburse Conference Expense
Cell Phone Service
Water/Sewer Service
Envelopes/Conference Hotel/Work
$264.36
$2,174.25
$65.00
$726.84
$506.46
$30.00
FCS/SPED Classroom Supplies
School Vehicle Fuel
Bus CDL/School Permit
Coach Stipend
Phone Service
Mid-NE Early Childhood Summit
$191.50
$231.00
231.00
Clipper/Brd. Minute Postage
National Conference Per Diem
National Conference Per Diem
$464,678.49
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Depreciation Fund
Pegler Sysco
$9,906.00
Down Payment on Kitchen Equipment
$9,906.00
School Lunch Fund
Payroll
$11,078.32
CashWa
$3,516.81
Earthgrains
$609.44
Nebraska Food Distribution Program $1,282.28
Nebraska School Nutrition Assoc.
$300.00
Pegler Sysco
$1,449.85
Pepsi-Cola of Lincoln
$1,246.30
Prairieland Food
$2,361.60
TechMasters
$192.50
Thompson Company
$6,650.72
Thompson Company
$76.16
VISA - Union Bank
$550.00
VISA - Union Bank
$657.65
Wages/Benefits
Food/Custodial Supplies
Bread Products
Commodities
State Food Conference Registration
Food Supplies
Music Contest Food
Millk Products
Repair Oven Switch @ HS
Food Supplies
Commodities Processing Charge
NTENT Level I Food Service Registration
Out of Cycle - Lunch Trays
$11,928.32
DEDICATION SERVICE AND OPEN HOUSE
AND Prayer and Recognition Service May 3rd at
Word of Life Join us at Word of Life Lutheran
Church for the Dedication of our new LifeCenter
building on May 3rd, at 10:30 am, at 200 Fletcher
Ave. An Open House held from 1:00 – 4:00 pm
with a Prayer and Recognition Service at 2:00
pm...
REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS THE
NEXT REGULAR MEETING for the Board will be
Monday, MAY 18, 2015 at 7:00PM at the District
Board Room, 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm, Nebraska. An agenda is published the Friday before
each regular board meeting. This can be picked up
at the business office or read online at www.malcolmschools.org. It will be modified as necessary.
JOIN ZION EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
CHURCH for weekly worship services, 2244 NW
126th Street, Lincoln, NE. Services are held on
Sundays at 9 am followed by Fellowship & Sunday
School at 10:15 am.
THE MALCOLM COMMUNITY IS INVITED
TO ATTEND St. Paul’s Lutheran Church senior
citizens lunch every 3rd Wednesday of the month.
We are located at 375 S. Lincoln St. in Malcolm.
Bring your favorite dish for potluck at noon and
enjoy an afternoon of pitch and fellowship with
your neighbors and friends.
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...WE ARE STILL ON THE EDGE OF LINCOLN,
JUST east of Fallbrook at the intersection of
Fletcher and Highway 34. Our worship service on
Sunday is at 10:30 a.m. with Sunday School and
Bible Class at 9:15 a.m. For more information visit
our web site, www. wordoflifelincoln.org or find us
on Facebook. Pastor Larry Oetting-402.742.9673
MEN - FREE BREAKFAST! NOW THAT WE
HAVE your attention, The Men's Group at St.
Paul's Lutheran Church invites you to a 7am
breakfast on April 25th. Food, fellowship and
we begin a study on Islam. On the web at
saintpaulsmalcolm.org or 402.796.2396
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY CHURCH HAS
BIBLE learning opportunities! Jr High and High
School FCA during the school year. Various Adult
Groups for families as well as men and women
groups. 402-796-2344 www.nccmalcolm.org.
Sunday worship 8:30 and 11 with Sunday School
at 9:45. Come learn with us!
10004 nw 112th st, malcolm, ne 68402
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EIGHTH ANNUAL KITE DAY! ONCE AGAIN WE
ARE inviting everyone to come to the Malcolm
United Methodist Church parking lot and fly kites
with us. There will be free kites for all the kids. We
are holding this event on April 25th from 10:30AM
until 1PM (rain or shine)...
...AT 10:30, HUSKER STUDENT ATHLETES WILL
SPEND a few moments telling us how Christ plays
a role in their lives and then they will be around the
rest of the morning to help you fly your kites. We
will also have free hot dogs and drinks available for
everyone when you get hungry.
MALCOLM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
INVITES you to join us for Sunday Service! Worship at 9AM, Sunday School starts at 9:15AM and
fellowship treats after the service. We’re located
on the NW corner of Malcolm, 520 Malcolm Rd.
NORTH AMERICAN MARTYRS CATHOLIC
CHURCH is located in NW Lincoln at 1101 Isaac
Drive. The parish offers 35 different programs to
help people grow in love and wisdom as children of
God. Visit our website www.namartyrs.org or call
the office at 402-476-8088 for Mass times, info on
our Pre-K through 8th grade school, our programs
for teens and adults and more!
WE WANT TO THANK THE MALCOLM
VOLUNTEER Fire Dept. for responding & assisting
with the fire that came across our corn field on
Tuesday, March 31st. Without your help, the fire
could have been much worse. Thank you for being
available & willing to provide your assistance –
Heroes of the Day - & we are grateful. Dave & Julie
Meyer
MELICHAR PLANTS IN Emerald IS OPEN A ND
WE’RE so excited, we wet our plants! We have
a large selection of tomatoes, peppers and other
vegetables, flowering annuals, blooming baskets
& our famous German Tomatoes! Mother’s Day
is coming & we have the perfect flowering gifts!
Julie’s Tip: Rotating crops in your garden will
improve harvest & reduce risk of disease.
JOIN US FOR A GREAT BREAKFAST
ON SUNDAY April 26, 2015 8:00AM - 12:30PM.
Pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, biscuits and
gravy, coffee, and juice. Adults - $6.00 Children
(12 & under)-$2.00. Pleasant Dale Legion Post
#354
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VILLAGE OF MALCOLM BOARD OF
TRUSTEES MEETING will be held on Wed,
May 6th at 7PM at the Village Hall 137 E. Second
Street, Malcolm, NE. If you have any comments,
concerns, questions or would like to hear what is
going on, please join us. Everyone is welcome!!!!!!
KAUP SIDING, ROOFING & MORE, CO WILL
BID your projects for residential or commercial
sites. We will work with your insurance company
for hail or weather related damage. For a bid,
call Tim Kaup at 402 380-8071 or [email protected]
comcast.net.
NEED ROCK, DIRT, SAND, WOOD CHIPS, OR
GRAVEL delivered? Call Nelson Hauling at 402796-2686
FULL SERVICE LAWN CARE, MOWING,
AERATING and Fertilizing. Call Ryan at 402580-7907
MALCOLM COMMUNITY GARAGE SALES
MAY 1ST Friday 5PM-7PM. May 2nd Saturday
7AM - 5PM. For info/questions call Kristi @
402-796-2630 or Deb 402-937-2977
FOR PEST OR RODENT PROBLEMS, PLEASE
CALL JLS PEST CONTROL. Residential or Commercial. Free affordable quotes. Guaranteed Results. Ask for Buddy. Office 477-1334, Cell 890-4986
NEBRASKA STOP FIRE. THE WORLD’S BEST
FIRE EXTINGUISHER. Dealers Dan and Wendy
Botsch. Phone: 402-580-8000 - Dan. 402-4509117 - Wendy. Web: AKE.com Email: dan.
[email protected] 1704 9th Rd, Chapman, NE
68827. Also available at Klute Truck in Ceresco.
FREEZER MEAL WORKSHOP! WHERE CAN
YOU feed a family of 4 for $15 or less for the
whole meal? With Tastefully Simple I will show
you how to make 10 meals in about 2 hours that
feed 4-6 people for a fraction of the cost of eating
out! Pre-payment must be made to reserve your
spot! Call or email me for a grocery list and more
information. Joy Plautz *
April 23, 2015
LOOS CONSTRUCTION
INC- COMPLETE
BUILDING & REMODELING SERVICES. Local
General Contractor since 1996 A+ BBB Rating.
Located in Raymond. LCI has quality minded
EMPLOYEES with experience in all phases of construction. Contractors ID # 25058 NE , insured
& references available. CALL FOR FREE EST. 402783-2111/402-416-0141 www.loosconstructioninc.com
LET’S GET THOSE PROJECTS DONE! WE
PAINT, so you don’t have to! Nearly anything!
PAINT
Paints, stains, sealers, lacquers, enamels. We
prep, repair, and more! 20+ years experience.
Locally owned. Free estimates. Call Todd Willet
at 402-432-1066
HIGH SPEED INTERNET - SPEEDS UP TO 15MBSERVICING rural areas and local towns including:
Malcolm, Garland, Raymond, Emerald, Staplehurst and north Lincoln. Plans starting at $24.00 per
month with unlimited data packages and NO contracts. No phone line needed. Home phone and
internet service for under $47 (taxes included) per
month. www.ais-ne.com or call 402-817-1717
RDM LANDSCAPES IS YOUR LOCAL
LANDSCAPING company. With spring right
around the corner, now is a great time to start
planning those spring/summer landscaping
projects. Whether its a fire pit & patio, retaining
wall, landscape lighting, plant/tree installation,
or sprinkler installation, now is the time to call
for your free estimate. Contact Ryan at (402)3100868.
REAL ESTATE - BUYING & SELLING - OVER
84 COMBINED years experience in residential
homes, acreages, farms and acreage development.
Free Market Analysis. Call us to develop your
land. Malcolm area residents at 3600 NW 126th
St. for 23 years. Merle and Carolyn Jahde, Home
Real Estate. Call 402-432-0443 or 402-432-3700.
JACOBSEN
ACOBSEN
ROCK
& GRAVEL - WE
DELIVER Rock, Gravel, Ag-Lime, Dirt, or Sand for
any project you might have. We carry River Rock
and all sizes of Ornamental Rock. A local company,
call for an estimate today. Gary Jacobsen, Rt. #1,
Garland, NE 402-783-2447 or cell phone 643-5171.
TAKE YOUR SKIN SERIOUSLY. DID YOU
KNOW? 80% of the sun damage that leads to skin
cancer occurs before the age of 18. With early detection and proper treatment the average cure rate
is 100%. It’s important you call Complete Family
Dermatology. Schedule a complete skin cancer
screening with Dr. Basler today. F or information
about all available office services, visit...
...www.CompleteFamilyDermatology.com.
SOUTH LINCOLN 2455 Pine Lake Rd, Ste 110
Lincoln, NE 68512. 402-423-1111. North Lincoln 5790 N 33rd St. Circle, Ste A Lincoln, NE
68504. Geoff Basler, M.D., Brent Behrens PA-C.
HOEFTS
AUTO
RESTORATION
AND
COLLISION Minor dents to major rebuilds. Excellent work at a fair price. 402-601-9698
LOOS CONSTRUCTION INC- ( LCI ) QUALITY
CUSTOM cabinets & built-inns CALL FOR FREE
ESTIMATE 402-783-2111 / 402-416-0141 REFRENCES AVAILABLE www.loosconstructioninc.
com / [email protected]
RAYMOND CONTRACTING INC. - SEPTICS AND
LAGOONS Services include site planning, percolation testing, system design, installation, troubleshooting and property transfer inspections. Certified and Insured. Free Estimates. Lloyd Jakoubek
402-783-2663 or 402-890-6009.
NEED A BABYSITTER? MAYBE SOME HELP
AROUND the house or yard? We are a group of
11 – 12 year old girls fundraising for Relay for Life
on team “Love for Lynette”. Pick one or take us
all. Please contact Addie Hejl (796-2187), Mikayla
DeBaets (432-3017), Skylar Kirkpatrick (4328854), or Jasmine & Joslyn Small (525-7277).
FREE BROWNIE SOCIAL AND LIVE POLKA
MUSIC Join us the first Monday of each month at
2:00 pm at the Greene Place Assisted Living for a
brownie social and live Polka music from Lonnie
Piitz. Stop by each Thursday at 9:00 am for free
coffee and doughnuts. Greene Place Assisted Living
located at 600 Church Street, Seward, NE 402643-9111
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The Athletic Awards Banquet
will be held on Friday, May
1, 2015. The meal (catered
by Valentino’s) will be at
6:30PM, awards at 7:00PM.
Meal reservations need to
be purchased in advance by
Monday, April 27th, 2015,
$12. per person. Please
make your checks out to
Malcolm Boosters. Athletes eat free, if they sign up in the
high school office by April 27th. Tickets will be $15. after
April 28th and at the door. Availability is not guaranteed
after April 27th. Students that do not sign up in the high
school office by April 27th will also have to pay $15 to eat.
The Next
Theatre and Speech Booster Meeting
Will Be Wednesday, May 13th
From 6:30 - 7:30PM
In the Business Office Meeting Room
DEADLINE FOR THE NEXT ISSUE WILL BE
ON FRIDAY MAY 1st. PLEASE CALL WENDY AT
796-2151, EXT 501 OR EMAIL AT [email protected]
mps148.org AD PRICES ARE: $1.50 FOR 1-3 lines,
$3.00 4-8 lines.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT
TO REFUSE ANY AD. ADS MUST BE PAID FOR
BEFORE PRINT DATE!
The
Academic
Awards Banquet
will be held on
Monday May 4th,
2015. Dessert will
be served at 6:45
p.m., awards at
7:00. Dessert reservations need to be purchased in
advance in the high school office by Thursday April
30th 2015, $3 per person, checks made out to Malcolm
Music Boosters. Honored students will eat free, if
they sign up in the high school office by April 30.
Desserts will be $5 after April 30 and availability is not
guaranteed. Awards presented include: fine arts, senior
scholarships, Volunteer Service Awards, Student Council
Recognition, ECNC Academic/Activity All Conference,
Academic All State, and various state & conference
awards. Please contact the high school office for specific
details concerning who is honored at this event.
With the end of the school year quickly approaching,
please take time to monitor your family's lunch
activity on wordwareinc.com. All outstanding
balances should be cleared up as soon as possible.
You may deposit money into your family account
using e-funds found at the front page of this
website. Surplus lunch balances will roll over into
the next school year or a refund will be made if
requested. If you have any questions about this
process please call either school office.
Coming up in the Next Issue:
Four Malcolm Boys Sign with Colleges
Track Meet Results
Non-Profit
Organization
US Postage Paid
Malcolm, NE
Permit No. 2
MALCOLM PUBLIC SCHOOLS
10004 NW 112th Street
MALCOLM NE 68402
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